How to read a search result ...
Each search result represents a scholarly item. It contains bibliographic information such as the title, author names, source of publication and multiple links providing various versions and options for the full text.
The title may link to the abstracts of an article or the description page of a book.
Displays different versions of the same paper, including preprints and copies from repositories, such as the HKUST Institutional Repository. While the version at the publisher's site is usually available for subscribers only, alternative versions may be openly accessible.
Google Scholar will often provide a View as HTML link which shows the PDF text translated into HTML. If you don't see the View as HTML link on the search results pages, click More:
The Library Search points to a search of the book in WorldCat, a union catalog holding millions of bibiographic records contributed by thousands of libraries worldwide. If you don't see the Library Search link on the search results pages, click More:
This option usually appears at article records. It helps you find the full text of an article within the Library subscriptions via SFX scholarly linking.
This gives you a list of documents which cited the document you originally retrieved. This list only includes documents available in Google Scholar. To find other citing articles, use Web of Science and Scopus.
This lists articles that are determined as similar within the Google index.
Import citation information directly from Google Scholar to into RefWorks. If you don't see the Import into RefWorks link on the search results pages, click Cite: